Jammu – The 5-Day Workshop on Broadcasting Skills being organized at GGM Science College, Jammu in collaboration with Department of Life-Long Learning witnessed an impressive session today.
The objective of organising the workshop is to make students familiar with broadcasting skills.
Senior Announcer, Radio Kashmir Jammu, s Madhvi Sharma, Transmission Executive, . Nitesh Arora and Joginder Pal Saraf (Chalatter Pal) an eminent news reader were the resource persons for today.
The resource persons highlighted the importance of acquiring skills for the job market. They encouraged the students to participate in such kind of workshops where they can enhance their skills of communication, besides know how to meet challenges of life. The participants were told about the news trends, script writing, translation and other techniques used in the broadcasting.
Describing radio as most popular and effective mode of communication, s Madhavi motivated the participants to take part in such skill enhancing activities to improve their communication skills. She gave valuable inputs about how to achieve command on pronunciation which enable them to be a good announcer. She said that a good announcer/news reader should have sense of belonging, good command over language, besides a sense of discipline and confidence.
Underlining the need for putting in extra efforts and dedication to make one outstanding in the field, Prof. Rita Jatinder said that one has to be concise, precise and stick to the point with focus on speech to become successful broadcaster. She urged upon the participants to come for audition so that they can get jobs in this exciting field.
Dr. Vandana Khajuria and Dr. Bharti Prabhakar, Project Officer from Department of life learning also spoke on the occasion and highlighted the basic requirements for becoming a broadcaster.
The vote of thanks was presented by Co-ordinator Career Counselling Cell, Dr. Sanjay Verma.
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